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" ... the valley of the Cheese-mongers, as it was called, and was that which we told you before distinguished the hill of the upper city from that of the lower, extended as far as Siloam ; for that is the name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it,... "
Biblical Geography and History - Page 68
by Charles Foster Kent - 1911 - 296 pages
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The biblical atlas, containing 17 maps with explanatory notices

1799
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and, by reason of the precipices belonging to them on both sides, arc every where impassable As the city grew more populous, it gradually crept beyond...
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The works of Flavius Josephus. To which are added, 3 dissertations ..., Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1814
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, -and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and by reason of the precipices to them belonging on both sides, they are every where unpassable. " 2. Now of these three walls, the...
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The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic ..., Volume 7

Flavius Josephus - Jews - 1815
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides, these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and by reason of the precipices to them belonging on both sides, they are every where unpassable. 2. Now of these three walls, the...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 11

1829
...filled up. The latter, it is very probable, has been the case. " These hills," the history observes, "are surrounded by deep valleys, and, by reason of the precipices belonging to them on both sides, they are every where impassable." This description does not apply to the present appearance...
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Travels in Palestine: Through the Countries of Bashan and Gilead ..., Volume 2

James Silk Buckingham - Palestine - 1822
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides, these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and by reason of the precipices on both sides, are every where impassable." * We shall not follow the details regarding the walls and...
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Palestine: or, The Holy Land

Palestine - 1824 - 372 pages
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and, by reason of the precipices on both sides, are every where impassable." * The Jewish historian then goes on to describe the course...
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The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Jewish Historian ..., Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - Jews - 1824
...of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. — But ou the outsides these hills are surrounded by deep valleys ; and by reason of the precipices to them belonging on both sides, they are every where unpassable. Now of these three walls, the old...
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The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus: Containing three books of the Jewish ...

Flavius Josephus - Jews - 1824
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides, these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and by reason of the precipices to them belonging on both sides, they are every where impassable. 2. Now of these three walls, the...
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The Works of Josephus--: Containing Twenty Books of the Jewish ..., Volume 2

Flavius Josephus - Jews - 1825
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the out. sides these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and, by reason of the precipicti to them belonging on both sii'es, they are every where unpassable. 2. Now of these three...
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A popular introduction to the study of the holy Scriptures

William Carpenter - 1826
...name of a fountain which hath sweet water in it, and this in great plenty also. But on the outsides, these hills are surrounded by deep valleys, and by reason of the precipices belonging to them on both sides, are every where impassable." He afterwards adds, " as the city grew more populous, it...
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